Romans 12:14-16 

1. What’s one way you can practice rejoicing with, mourning with, or kneeling with others around you this week? 

2. Where do you see pride keeping you from practicing and experience this kind of gospel empathy and solidarity?

 

Love never stands aloof from other people’s joys or pains. Love identifies with them, sings with them and suffers with them. 
John Stott 


Laughter is carbonated holiness. 
Anne Lamott 


The tears of the church are a beautiful thing. 
Michael Kelley


Real friendship involves movement in and out of one another’s worlds, but our privilege, location and busyness often make us inaccessible to friendships with people outside our world.

Christopher Heuertz and Christine Pohl   

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